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Wednesday, August 02, 2006 

China: feedburner blocked

China: feedburner blocked. No surprise, really. I knew that would happen some day down the road. It's just that I wasn't really prepared for that to happen this week - silly me. Anyway, consider yourself lucky if you can still read this in China using an aggregator. For friends in China, you may want to use this feed instead: www.t-salon.net/atom.xml

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